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Smart Grids Unit 2: The Theoretical Smart Grid

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1 Hour
Unit overview

Consider how the smart grid is intelligent and can operate with open communications between all smart grid operators, equipment and consumers

This unit looks at the theoretical composition and operation of the smart grid in the UK.

This theoretical ‘ideal’ future smart grid, that is anticipated to be in operation by 2050, is considered in terms of its objectives, energy sources, operation and interaction with customers.

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BSSEC, Building Services Sustainability & Environmental Consultancy, is in the business of helping commercial organisations become more energy efficient. BSSEC was founded by current Executive Chairman Paul Bennett in 2005. Paul started his career as an electricians apprentice and has worked up to become an Executive Chairman of international businesses. Paul is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Director with 30 years’ experience in electrical and mechanical building engineering design, contracting, maintenance and operation. Paul’s specialisms include management, company direction, energy efficiency and renewable infrastructures. Paul acts as an ambassador to the Institute of Directors and is a member of the IET. In 2016 Paul was awarded the Institute of Directors' “New Chartered Director” title and is a fellow of the IoD.

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What you will learn
After completing this unit, you will:

• Understand the key legal and commercial drivers for a smart grid in the UK including net zero carbon targets.
• Appreciate how the smart grid is powered using green and zero emission energy.
• Learn how the smart grid can achieve flexibility enabling smaller generators to feed into the grid and how consumers can change their usage patterns to balance with the smart grid.
Who should learn
This course is suitable for undergraduates, graduates, technicians, professionally qualified engineers and market entrants into the smart grid.